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Running a start-up needs more than testing your product.
Most businesses fail because customers don’t want the product, not because of bad execution. We’ve talked about how great hackers tend to cluster in the same place and how that lets them go on to found more great start-ups. But there’s a less apparent reason why start-ups end up clustered in the same place. It’s because that’s where the customers are.
If you want to build a start-up, you have to become good at technology, business, and design. Technology means programming and hardware design; business means sales and marketing; design means user interface design and industrial design. Of these three skills, the one most important for a start-up founder is business. In most cases, it’s much better to be lucky than good, and luck requires being in the right market at the right time.
Business is what determines whether a start-up lives or dies. If you’re making something customers want, it takes surprisingly little effort to raise money at a valuation that will make early employees rich even after dilution. By contrast, if you’re trying to sell people something they don’t want, no amount of effort will be enough.
Eat and run verification is a fast, cheap way to test ideas.
A simple system for토토사이트 (Toto Site) testing new ideas is to write a rough sketch of an idea, put it in a sealed envelope, and run it by people you trust. You can also assign a dollar value to the idea and then ask people to see if they’d pay as much as they would for a product or service that delivers on the promise. When done correctly, you will get information back immediately, and because the thing is being tested and not just observed, you’ll get solid feedback in real-time.
The old-school method of testing ideas is to write up a plan and then wait for someone else to tell you whether or not it’s good. Companies have used this approach for decades; many start-ups still use this methodology today. But the problem with this approach is that the person in charge of testing an idea needs to have access to the whole thing at once. What if they need to look at a single paragraph or don’t have time right now? They can’t just write down their thoughts during the lulls when everyone else is taking lunch because they’re too busy working on other things.
So what could be better than writing down your idea on paper, sealing it away in an envelope, and having people tell you whether it’s worth buying? If you are already running some version control system (like git), there’s no need to use a physical envelope, making things way more straightforward. Eat and run verification is a fast, cheap way to test ideas. It’s also a great technique to use when trying to sell a product or service that you’re not confident in. For example, if it turns out your idea won’t work, you can still have a good time by going out to eat with your friends afterward. You’ll probably have more fun. Or how about when you’re selling your house? You don’t want to waste any time installing the dishwasher that you think will bring in the highest profit. You want to get it done as soon as possible to get on with the business of selling your house. But what if that dishwasher doesn’t work out? Going out for dinner with your realtor is a lot cheaper than replacing all of your kitchen appliances.